Ice loss from Greenland’s glaciers may level off

Simulation suggests long-term effect on sea level not as dire as some predictions

ICE ON THE MOVE The acceleration of iceberg calving from Greenland’s glaciers could level off by midcentury, researchers predict. Shown is the edge of Kangiata Nunata Sermia where the glacier meets the ocean. 

Dirk van As

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